Doja Cat, a picture of 'Inferno,' was covered in paint and 30,000 crystals at Haute Couture Week

Doja Cat, a picture of 'Inferno,' was covered in paint and 30,000 crystals at Haute Couture Week

By fijivillage
Wednesday 25/01/2023
Doja Cat stuns at the Schiaparelli show in 30,000 Swarovski crystals. Photo: Schiaparelli/CNN

Doja Cat wowed onlookers as she arrived at Schiaparelli's latest runway show in a dramatic head-to-toe look adorned with red body paint and 30,000 Swarovski crystals.

The eye-catching outfit, which was custom-designed by the fashion house's creative director Daniel Roseberry, was brought to life by makeup artist Pat McGrath, whose team spent almost five hours completing the look.

The singer's arrival at the Petit Palais in Paris marked a dramatic start to Schiaparelli's Couture Spring-Summer 2023 show, the opening event of the biannual Haute Couture Week in Paris. Dubbed "Inferno Couture," the label's latest collection was inspired by Dante's "Inferno" and the nine circles of hell, according to Roseberry's show notes.

Doja Cat's fittingly devilish outfit featured a silk bustier, a skirt covered in lacquered wooden beads and a pair of matching red boots.

On the runway, other items of Schiaparelli's "faux-taxidermy" were on display, with Naomi Campbell and Irina Shayk among those to appear on the catwalk wearing similar animal head gowns.

Source:CNN

FEATURE NEWS
NFP opposes motion as 40 MPs vote for salary increases for President, Speaker, Ministers, Assistant Ministers and MPs
Parliament has this afternoon approved the salary increases for the President, Speaker, Ministers, Assistant Ministers and MPs. While speaking duri...
6 hours ago
LATEST NEWS
SPBD marks milestone after $100m loan disbursement
The South Pacific Business Development Fiji today celebrated a huge milestone for their organisation as they marked their $100 million loan ...
3 hours ago

Report is discriminatory as pension for youth parliamentarians not included - Maharaj
Opposition MP and Parliamentary Emoluments Committee member Alvick Maharaj says it is discriminatory that the pension of Parliamentarians was not ...
3 hours ago

Parliament and Govt should be seen as an employer of choice - Seruiratu
We are just fulfilling the process of Parliament and that's what we have done. This was highlighted by the Leader of the Opposition in Parliament ...
3 hours ago

SOE refers probable electoral breaches by Bainimarama and Tabuya to FICAC
Supervisor of Election, Ana Mataiciwa has referred two matters of probable commission of electoral breaches to FICAC, and these relate to the ...
5 hours ago

PM says he is glad that his salary is getting reduced compared to the previous approved PM’s salary
Prime Minister, Sitiveni Rabuka says he is glad that his salary is proposed to be reduced in the Parliamentary Emoluments Committee report. While ...
6 hours ago



fijivillage Straight Talk with Vijay Narayan
Latest Videos

Stay tuned for the latest news on our radio stations

CFL radio frequencies
yb
IN DEPTH
Salary increases recommended for President, Speaker, Ministers, Assistant Ministers and MPs
The Parliamentary Emoluments Committee has recommended an increase in the President’s pay by $55,000, all Ministers to be on a $200,000 salary ...
14 hours ago

Ministry of Home Affairs Talanoa Session on Illicit Drugs and Substance Use Disorders in Fiji
The pervasive threat of illicit drugs has emerged as a pressing concern, rapidly infiltrating and destabilizing our society therefore the Republic of ...
7 days ago

Bainimarama and Qiliho hearing in dismissal of 2 police officers case
Acting Director of Public Prosecutions John Rabuku says he wants the hearing of former Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama and suspended Police ...
7 days ago

TOP